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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1007, -
REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF , ... - -I'll it Alexander County National Bank at t!Im In ti'ie Stata of'llllnoli, at tli oloae of ! ItEHOURCES, 1. oh us nnil Diciiui (Ivk-rilriiltH, aviMirmt uml iiimreared l'i . H.mit to Macuru oi dilution., iH'tllU, Mt-Cllliltl'K, nil- lUnkli'x lit utc. In niliiri. uuil lii . ttirM. 3( Dm- f'"ni Natl nl HnliVa (But re- Bune agent) ... Dili.-1 1 urn but;. Italian .lid Hlmkrrs Imii; Iis iii niritj r.arv HkciiIii Clu-L'ks nu t ottitr 1 mh Itmia K I'tKuli. thur Nat niial Hunks - Krivtioniil tialiBrciyrrnry, ntakii li"ll cuts ........ t ivvrfol iii ,u-y itM'rre in bank, vli: S jtcio j t7,4KO.C0 Li-gul tcndar nuiw l,..i.uuj Hi iUriin.tujii liui. I with V a tr-. uicr (4 ni-r utiit orUrculntloii fiiji mm ii.ii. i.7a 3i,U'in.uu 7s, ti'j.ifl '10.02 16,974. ID I MUMS ", t,,WJ. -it D.'tH.M li.'MO.Otf M3 00 1,-wo oo l,'i7d,0:"J.5 Totul , , , : UABILH JK.-J. Cubital sloek piiil in. lft0u0 00 Sin-plus fiiucl.i-: IHO.UUO to Undivided ttrntuH, less expeiim-a ki 1 tiiii'u uatd - 13.7M national liank nO-e nnlbUtullng. Sn.iiou 10 Due to oil er National Bank 3-1 H Juiu to 8Ut-i Hank" Hd hankers.. IvfiV) 111 Dm to I runt I. omr iuii:-s and Having ll0..,..--. ...A... 231 .Sit Wl". Innieiclmlrlupositiiiiiliji-ct toclicik Wi,-.!Kil Ml t'hfer'i ditcua butstamlltic 1,418.40 Hills iaaijl, in.' uiluiHi-crlitk'iHi'8 ut drpoRlt for Monty liorro od . .. w wj" 00 vi' T.tUl. .,.... ,.J.:....'.:.U,,ra. 8 itft of t fiiiols. c-oiin vl Alovatidcf a- l.-J. H.iUIHkmi, '-. i roftliw W n d 1'ink, do solemnly owwir (Jiat'Mie-iibnfe utate nifiit In true to he hi m. of in. knowlediru ami belief, J H. fJALI.HiA N, t .sh er. . Correct A Heat: OlIAS. fBVC HTK, J R ) , V. Nki f, 5 Director! ' B. A. Hl'IIKK ) iinscrihel aau Mvuru to before me tlva 2(ilh day of AtiK""', 1907. E. h, GILBERT, Notary Public. HOUXD CITY, ILL. September 5, 1907. .John Trampert loft Wednesday for St. l.tlUlH. where lie Will Spend u ft-tv iIii.vm buyliiR new koimIs. " A iitiiiilicl' of f.lriiils mii'iirlKi'il Ml-' lli'itliu Kcliuli'i TliiHHilrt i--tiliis ht hi'f lionitj In this ilty, TlHf evfiil'tiK :iinhiiI tmly too (uifkly. .Mttslt; and ic;ii!liif;s by si-Vimh! mid ivli'-wliint'iifs i-vcil liy triw hoHtoHH; also a nolo iv'i- dorod In oiictiitlt! Ktlr hv Miss Doiti ' lh,MButv ,.( ii lHStliitf 1nii,r.,Hl,, fH ''l01" '"' Httlf bally. kl8f.l it ROO. uy, iiu.i tiit'it iiciii it nil otu civim' in 01, KISS FOR im oi mi AND CHILD MOTHEh FLUNG IT ( TO DEATH IN LAKE SHRIEKS STORY IN COURT COULDN'T 'STAND THE SHAME. CliicitW), Si')t. 5.-"t took the cloth- KEI'ORT OF THR CONDITION OF THE Alexander County Savings Bank At Cairo, Sta'o of tlliuois. befo e t ti c im nit cemctr.. of bu.in-8 on th 20th dav of Aug 1917 as made to tliu Auditor of Pnb lie Acor.iints. f.ir tne tut 5 of luioo.n, iiitau aut to law. HE SO UltCl' 8. 1 otins iii.d 1)1 c iinU S"10.C9J: Dtlier Bimd-s and ocuritieH, In- cliidiDK l'i- miiuns 10S.413 Ri O. h r rent siatowned by the bnulr 6, .0. 20 Furnltiir..' an tixrurp" 8,0ii HO Due from Natiuiiit lUnke '.'SH.f.'jS.tU Total LIABlLint 'S. 4 apital SU'i'k paid m I'ur lu i'und I'u'ivided tr flig, li ixpinsm and tAes pai-i- - Time FVpoui!, 8svin?M lime Dftiiositn. CoruBcatca.- ..!jj,6iio "i0 $ Mi,o.i(i fo ,Vi,-.W 0! TIT.20H '.7 r.iMH 1 1 Total.-.. i .-i3.6..0 W) Ha ci f II li ois, (Liny of Atfxacd'r, s I, .1. H Galilean. nshl r of A lexannr " ouiity Huvings Pauk. do so f m .iy swear tliat the above statement is true, ti the beat tf my knowledge and bolief J. H. CnLUOAJf. f asMcr. Subscribed and msvom U before me this Wb day of Au, 10.7. K 1.. Olf.tiERr. Notary Publ c. CAIRO I C. 1. 1 ELECTS OFFICERS VICE PRESIDENTS FROM VARIOUS CHURCHES COMMITTEES TO BE CHOSEN LATER INTER ESTING MEETING. t'lKiit I lie memories of thoso iinweiit. ils Hcliulcr Jfiivcs Sunday for l?f. I.otiis whi'i-o b)i will nUnd a coin niorclal Bchool the coming 'winter. Tho iiieiiihcrs of tt M. K. ' church will hold tluir iinitiiitl fair oild le!l ti'I on Tliiirm'ay, Scpti'inlit-r 1 2t li. V Mu.st.n- Willie Diii,tfiii(()iy in hi'idT- iiil, it f' vv iliiys in Culro as (lie Rin'st i f Ms Ki'amlliarentH. Him JJlum Kiu'iit WvdiicHiltty in Cat it. on JitiiiinexK. r ' I.. M. Rindli-y rotiinied . WediiPHday frotn Uotililer, Colo., whr? .he has ,jii'iit. tho smimifr. .1. II. Wall of ihti Rasterday-Wull Ab.sti'aot company,' of. Cairo, was in town on blisinoKs dnendav. ' MIsh Mary Flyn'n returiifd this week from a few weeks' .sojourn at Mul berry drove, III. Airs. d. C. Arey, of Cairo, spent Tin silav a'ml Wednesday here as the ;ri'M of Mrs. Pleas. Heath. Alesdames A. Devore, Warder Har ris, and Master Oastey Devore spoilt v, lew days with relatives at Corinth, Mo. Mrs. Frank Lewis returned with them Wednesday and will upend a few days here. A wedding occurred at. the court house here 'Wednesday, Judge L, (J. Castor officiating. The contracting parties were Millard Mcdruder and Mary Coniinns, of Cairo. Aliss Kla Johnson left for St. Louis Thursday, where she will buy her millinery and dry goods stuck. Aliss Jean Sutherland of Toulon, ar rived Thursday to assume the duties :.( teaching. The public schools will open Mo,i- d-.iy, Sept. nth. The social held on the lawn of the M. li. church was o decided suece?s. The proceeds will be used to pay for new souk books. A concrete walk was laid Wednesday at. the parsonage which is quite an Improvement. witler, like this, and h t It fall." This HtartlliiR Ktatinelit, punctuated with sobs and completed in a tone -if voice almost a shriek, concluded the testimony today of little Mary Lap pals, the Finnish ''child mother" o.i trial before .ludRe Chetlalu on u charge of drownliiK her two-weeks old baby. ., She told c'' .her little romance and of her misfortune. She related the ter rible blow she suffered when Frank Wallluihv refused to marry her. She suffered for weeks, and then her little "Laura" was born In Chi She worried and was unable to conceal the shame of it -all. Finally she went to the lake to the water that had been dear to her in her Finnish home ami there took th little life of the only one dear to her in thin world. It. was a sansational, heartrending story. Mrs. Russell Doubledaj', wife of the r'lWstern representative of Doubleday, Page & Co., publishers. wIm formerly employed Mary as a domestic in New l ori t u,v. is stippiyiiiK me minis 101 j Mary's defense. TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND NIGHT "EAGLE EYE," NEXT WEEK FRENCH DUDLEY CO. MOVING PICTURES AT AIR-DOME. O, F. Ackenmin presents Dona!. I Franck. the celebrated character .ac tor, in the best of all Western drama-i, "Eale Eye," at the Cairo opera house, Saturday, September 7, for a matinee and nlKht. I'roci s matinee, 111 and 2."i cents. N'iglit, L'.",, no and 73 cents. A true story of the west, vividly written, powerfully acted, and superb ly mounted. A western play for west ern people. Frank Dudley Co. A M MEETS APPROVAL IN CONVENTION OF HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCE WITH PROM ISE OF ADOPTION. HICH COURT OF JUSTICE Seems Likely to Be Agreed Upon Allotment of Judges Only Feature Rejected Choate's Strona Plea. FIFTEEN PERSONS LOST Hotel Fire at Shelton, Wash., Seven Bodies Have Been Found. Stl The Ciiro W. C. T. I. nut y ila altiTtiooti at the home of Mrs. W. L. Ili'istol. it was the annual meeting ioi th" election of oflicers. There as a wood attendance and much in terest shown, aiil Mrs. liiistol served nice refi i siiinents. The committees for the year will he appointed at a future iiteetillR. The officers elected i:te as follows: President Mrs. deori;e M, l)uui;h-erty. UecordiiiK secretary .Mrs Wilson. Cortv!i)oiiiiins secretary Jesse Mcdruder. Treastrer M i s. Blanche Sullivan. Vice presidents to represent vari ous churches are Presbyterian. Mrs. Win. M. Davidson: .Methodist Kpiscn pal. Mrs. .John W. D. Hatcher; Cal vary Hapti.-t. Mrs. James Cox: Cairo I'.aptist. .Mrs. M. A. Wilson; Smithern Methodls!. Airs. V. S. A. d.-nlbolse: Hplscoeal. Ms. H. A. Haimon; li't. ratrlek's. Airs. John Stuart. F. J. .Mrs. Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 5. Fire de stroyed the Webb Hotel at Shelton, 2 mill s fnmi Tacoma, last night. It irt reported 13 persons perished. Miss Thiiley and' Airs. "Mddge. Iio'th tf Shelton, are. known to he anions t.iie lost. All tile other victims are In lioved to !.; men. Seven bedies have been recovered. lOSEIfELTOIBEflS Public Health and Marine Hospital Service to Stamp Out Plague in ' Frisco. Washington, Sept. 5. liy the direc tion of President Roosevelt the pub lic health and marine hospital service :Kis assumed charge of measures to stamp out the plague in Sail Francis co. 'Fills step was taken today o'l request of Mayor Taylor, of Frisco, who added that the city would do all possilile toward providing funds tJ carry on the work. N r:t f4 1K A(i MISS CORA BELLE BONNIE. 1 1 1 The Hague, Sept. 5. Joseph, Choate one of the American delegates to tho peace conference is credited with the statment that he will not leave th Hugue until his pet project for the creation of a permanent inlernatioiirl jhish court of justice has become nil i I ncrninpliahud fact,, and. at today'w I meeting of the exiiiulniuK committee, under the presidency of Al. HourKiilt, which is dealing with the matter, he had the satisfaction of securing an approval for the entire American pro ject with the exception of the para graph referring to the allotment of judges. in a powerful speech Choate urfjed the fommiltee not to permit its dif ference on the matter of the allotment of judges to interfere with tho sol emn duty devolving upon it of satis fying either permanently or provision ally, the universal demand for tho establishment, of such a court. MEM ADMIRE a pretty iac, a goon ntmre, 011 Booner or latr learn, that t h healthy, happy, contented woman most of all to be admired. Women troubled with fainting snells. irretrnlarlties, nervoua irrita bility, backache, the "blue," and those dreadful drugging sensations, cannot hope to be happy or popular, and advancement in eitner none, busings or social life is impossible. The cause of these troubles, how ever, yields quickly toLydia K. Pink- hams Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs It acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nerve centers, diBpeinntr eitec- tnally all those distressing aymp- ' . II totns. No other medicine in the country has received oh unqnalifliw II indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills aa ha II Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound n MISS EMMA RUNT2LER Miss Emma Runtzler. of 631 State St., Schenectady. N. Y wrlteat- 'For a lona time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my strength away. 1 had dull headaches, was nervons, iriitablo, and all worn out. Chancing to read one of yonr advertisementa of a case similar to mine cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cornpnund, I decided to try it and I cannot express my gratitude for the benefit received, I am entirely well and feel like a new person." Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most successful remedy for all forms of Female Complaint, Weak Back, Palling- and Displacement, Inflammation and Ulceration, and la invaluable in pre paring for childbirth and the Change of Vila, Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women sufferincr from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free and Always helpful. II IB OF LIFE MAN TOOK AC I S 4! ma 1 ir A :. t f 1 .-.Ma SUICIDES. Washington,' Sejit. 3. William H. Abercombie, formerly I'nited Slat.es consul at Nagasaki, Japan, committed suicide by asphyxiation at his apart t.ients in . Stoneleigh Court here to day. He was 05 years old. Doing Little Things Well. "'Th forh'ine of thinsfi of the great est importance doth ol't- n hang upon 1of!i. 'a h-a itifj nniiiin" a tUir..t wlil' i :;.vnis very sieail. Wherefore, in lit. Me things we are to be wary, and well advised. Guicclardinl. Aliss Cora Helle nonnie, leading lady with the Frank Dudley Co., p'ay ins hire next week. Aliss Connie is singularly gifted for a leading lady, retaining a talent that embraces a variety of roles from that of llgl'it comedy to tho heaviest emotioniil leads. The opening play for .Monday night is a society comedy entitled a "Domestic Blizzard," a love story wlt.li plenty of comedy and one that interests from first to last. Monday night ladies free under the usual con ditions, poplar prices in, 20 and ."0 cents. Join fie Mutual Protective Least the lar-rt-t fraternal society iti Am-' lea tli'it Insure:! lis nu-iiiii.Ms upon proven ti ler.unte ral-s. Admits men and vvr men from ai:e of IN to tin. Cost to Join only medical exami ier's (" oi $1. -0. Fer cxpiauation r-vp or wri; to H. T. Sa'.ilm. Cairo, III. MADDENED FIRE CHIEF (Concluded from First Page.) be Hint Hit f'kf .Miller would have little !ilTi-i)ty in escaping puuish ineiit : if not on the ground of (he 1111 v.iiitcn la-v. tiim an insanity plea. Th fiiKir of the re!l whei-e l.ilth-P-r ns killed was covered with Mix.-I. It Is alioiit six feet sqimre and there was no rscaiM? for the rionei. .1 1 1 t Ji,i- lone Miller stood th-re ith h'. cun rapping u;fn the tiars. Puller, th" other luisoti'T. coul.l not tell, but it (ii-enie.t a-i a-e to r.mi. 11 'u-ii in -man ent"r-, the ten pri-n;,"'? thought that tie Marshal via tuim jug their .linrer. V hen Hutb r fas the sua he ihoticef that he. .Icomcl to death at ti e p;: I "s f.f I crazy man. He vva m-atiy tiithte;iei t.. death ' Japanese Fend f Tea. A Japan r-e poiter caiii.-s his ka jK't wilh him v.hf-n he e s in day's work a. n .nieri-3n wrVnian carries diniiti imuI. Eat for contentment. Eat for good nature. Both are the result of physical health. The most nutritious food made from flour is Uneeda Biscuit Every bite a mouthful of energy. 1 - ' Iff In Just and VP moisture troof hiekapex. M W NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY The Airdome. New pictures and illustrated song at the new Airdome tonight, the most popular moving picture theater in the city offering the newest and most up-to-date pictures that it is possible to obtaitt. Miss Jtiauita Neilis liryan. vocalist, sings the illustrated song. Just the place to spend the summer evenings, six performances a night first at 7:30 and every half hour there after. Complete changes of pictures and songs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Come and bring your rrletids to the Airdome tonight, will see a show that will please Stay as long as you like. BODY FOUND IN STREET OF ST. LOUIS A NOTE IN POCKET EXPLAINS REASON FOR DEATH. 2 If fT - f ' v . 1 2m : (been only II Ordrr 4 ce of Pahst Blue ) m quality in beer, like quality II Made by T "bst f A , L'jJ.:'i-M to it. .1;. 11 x v r i v-.-rjH'ti' 11 Neis-i hf j s7-vv:',v, on Neosho 1' 'jr-V the l-'uck' r 1 The !"' J . ' ' rou I rSiaaiMMKlhvTTtisetlSS a ' ' Let me tell you Something about Pabst.' "For over sixty years Pabst has been brewing 'quality beer. "Quality produces quality. -"The best materials, the best workmen and the best methods these make the best beer. . "It is the quality of the malt, the quality of the hops, the quality of the Pabst methods that malic . ; . Pabst BluePibbon You you OS IE1 F HEAR It UAH SPEAK AT OKLAHOMA CITY IN CONVENTION HALL IN EXACT LY OPPOSITE STRAIN TO SEC RETARY TAFT. I It Oklahoma Citv. Okla., Sept. Ten thousand persons heard William J. Hryan here tonight in his reply to the recent address of Secretary of Wtr Talt upon the Oklahoma and India'.: Territory political situation hi Con vention Hall, and three thousand pe--sons were unable to secure admit tance to the auditorium attended an overflow meeting nearby. Hryan wis enthusiastically received, in addition to scoring Taft sound'' for placing his personal ambitions ' above the welfare of the people of t Oklahoma, and attaikiug tin views of i t! e secretary on national politics. Hiy.ui dr-clared tle constitution of the j proper , new state Was e.etl lietter I tlau that of H'f- I'nited States. St. Louis, Sept 6. A body, probably identified by the note found in a pock et of the clothing as John Eucker :!2;il Neosho street, was found Thur day morning beside a log at the foot of Barton street, Carbolic acid stains upon the lips indicated the. way to death. The head was pillowed on the log This posture lent support to the be lief that the man had swallowed poison, tossed the bott?" Into river and then died. ' "I am ready to die." r. i.v' r.ic d pencil note, f am sick and V work. If 1 was well, I cori don't want to stay here m 1 have no homo any mnri . is to die. Notify ia :"'! I undertakers. Fast St.. Louis help ft. My wife drove n spectfiilly, John Kuclter, street. My brother, Phil, livob at FIDS Arsenal street." Phil Kucker'M name appears in tiii city direcory hut not the name sign ed to the farewell note. The man was evidently and 50 years of age. At the house named j-.ireet it was learned that fatnllv removed Wednesday neighbors did not know their new ldence. r of Quality There is a reason for thfa Pa.-" quality. ,.. . For four penerntiona the coroant aim and purpose of Pabst has to brew quality beer, ' No task has been too creat for Pabst no detail has been too small the final results have been onsidered the perfection of brewing. ion today and utility yourlftht 1 everything ls, iiwortn having-. at Milwaukee i MA LEAPS 182 FEET TO DEATH BELOW NIAGARA FALLS ON THE FIRST EVENING OF ILLUMI NATION OF GREAT NATURAL WONDER. JQ0 Ma.rt tbr Olive Broadway Locust SL Louis ami skin and Our Widely Famous S-V-B" Face Cream A VERY uper;or, most delicate 1 iirt:rinn r rea m ant! an ideal d food. LeaTes no trace of crease win not cause supernuous uair growtn. j During Summer presents sun- he applied to the skin before taking excursions on the water. Price ."re per jar. rotaco 1 Z- in anr adlro 3 in Amen, a it Cas-nla. RIGID INSPECTIONS 1 1 Enforrcfl at j Steamships. San Pedio. CaU on to Prevent Spread of Plague. , San I'e lro. ( al . Sept. ".. The I'. S. : govereni.-u compi iiing a rigid i'l !spctinii of r-t.--tiis!ti,.r. t, t. ling tliii j !rt with a view tu preventing a ! read of l!: platiue. Dr. W. A. J W'eikdeti. marine surgeon, turned ! ba'-k the Koauoke today, but later cave h.-r a cl n bill of health, nit t.iily are the r.:t. chsely scrutinize.1,. but the peas on theni also. I . Nlau.ira Falls. Sept. .".-In the midst of the beautiful illumination of Niagara Fulls last night an unknown man in the crowd standing on Cie upper steel arch bridge suddenly leaped up on the railing. He sttod poised for a moment and then lcnppd into the chaj-m. His body stn ck water IP feet below and disappeared in the rapids. A magnificent speitacle was pre-M-nte, when for the first time the Nlasara Falls were artificially Ilium! rated. It was the first night of an xpi-riiuent intending over a month. The lliminnton was supplied liy f.tl ;v.erful s;e:ircb!i:;lils tiiiuliii; .1 rin bi:ie, liclit of 1.11 ."..- i!!i.lli- (! r. The prniei-tot s are of .10 and .". Im h lia'ueler. Ibe latter l ill k the lariZ'Mt ever iiiaiiufa-tiiri-.l. Three litiitdre, I -t rival horM-power is re'iuire.l to oM'rate the aparatui. FIRST BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 609 611 Ohio Street,- - Cairo, Illinois. Capital, $250,000.00 Surplus, 50,000.00 The Inrdcst DEPOSITS of any Rankin Sotiihcrn Illinois Her Heaven. Tl-e fleshy monian's ida of heaven if- a pUee fn hje!i ,Ati fj,!, ff I four rnrwt m4 1-it 3ivin n-ithtuit o,. CAT WIRES FOR HELP Locked in Telegraph Office, Detroit Feline Saves Life By Turning Strike Breaker. IMroit. Mich.. Sept 5 A tut siv-l its llfo h al'ing for help with a tele, fruph key late last nisht. The :t whs the iet of the crew of the bra.icli office of on of trie telegraph cnni- .:tni',s. Wh'ti tbe strike v.as he oflie o -is4,l and J k labby bolus; frgjt'n L-nA during a temporary lull, the ralle-l e. up n':;li chief Aclviintafics to Depositors-This B ink receive? dt -posits of all kinds and allocs interest ou savings ac connts at rate o , per cent. Persons responsible fcir care of funds, lare or small, nlav with confidence entrust theni to this insti tution. The combined wisdom and experience of its officers and directorate are constantly available toti'de its counsels and oversee its management. OFFICERS. . S. cAlSTHORPE. Trcsideni H. S. CAXDEE. Vice-'Prcdsnt - . W. H. WOOD. fVvr. ftf W. T. HALLIDAY, V-.c-Trs4rnt GF.O. F. OPT. Ct.-.fWamr&vto.frv' . F. cAlSWORPE; effjrrf Cihitr and Assist Ant Secrthvy ft .. S. AISTHOVFE cASDREW LOUR W, H. WOOD DIRLGIORS . S. CAKDEE H. E. HALLIDAY FAIL C. SOIIH rnns. p. cvtttp B'. P. HAIL TA Y ThOS. I. SMYTH m. c. wpicirr c.jorator at the mails offi.-e noticed an ri'.,ttc call fn 1:1 that branch t,ver the ulii- v i ! h he mpsed was M-ad." I!.- i -.iVt.isi-. a ti l. f h.i I le-iiki ti i'l I'd v.,i- ti,ed.!!i.:K w!ii the kevs f- 1 he notified the )o!ii-c. When a I di . Ti in got b frtun-l the Ifii e 1 nt iij-.ii l.e l.;I.e, .(.ui.-d to ;i ti'l-jt-n vi-i,ti.g one vt th Lejs i?h its ;viws: Clive. Of all the architects of tmplre tbs life of dive Is best calculated to In fliience the liiiagiiiathm. We desen to be called the Benighted empire that we have taken liO vean to civ con rre4 rmcriition tt nw ef the grea; of Eujlisbicra in bikij. LuaJoa Globe.